Saturday, October 13 | 11 am - 4 pm
3957 Marlin Bay Drive
Thank you to everyone who came out and celebrated the beautiful new Pleasure House Point property with us Saturday! We could not have asked for a more gorgeous day. Close to 2000 people came to check out our festival and every one of them seemed happy and eager to learn something new about the Lynnhaven. A special thanks to all of the volunteers (we had over 100 LRNow volunteers!) and participants for making the day happen. We couldn't have done it without you!
•Staff-guided Nature Walks With Our New Field Guide
•Fun and Educational Committee Booth Displays
•Native Plant Sale of Ironweed, Swamp Sunflower, Blue Flag Iris, Black-Eyed Susan, and Moonbeam Coreopsis
•New Merchandise For Sale
•Story Booth to Tell Your Lynnhaven Memories
•Thank you Nora Firestone for helping put this together! And thanks to Brownie troop 13 and Cadet troop 475 for recruiting participants, and generally for all of your hard work leading up to our festival!
•Children's Passport Activity
Touring the Lynnhaven River
•Kayak and Paddleboard Tours provided by Chesapean Outdoors
•Thank you Matt for all of your hard work that day. Everyone really enjoyed the kayak and paddleboard tours and they added a very nice element to the festival!
•Thanks to Tim Solanic for organizing and promoting the musicians. We would've had no clue without you!
•Lynnhaven Oyster Co.
•Mattawoman Creek Farms
Locally-Sourced Food Vendors
•Cuisine & Co.
•Eco Maniac Co.
Seven Cities Rickshaws
was a great eco-friendly addition, offering pedicab service from the satellite parking lots to the event entrance.
Call 757.962.5398 or email Kris McKinnon.